Everyone currently in life laughs and yells save the bees. We were a bee this year for Halloween and Lucy even came up with a great slogan “get with it honey”.

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Dear Future Sami Lee,

I hope this letter finds you and you’re laughing at the idea that climate change was such a big deal that I had to write a letter to you. But in 2017, climate change is far from a joke to be laughed about. Currently in 2017, my life motto is “save the motherfucking bees” which also explains the bee tattoo that you have either on your hip of ankle…(am getting this over thanksgiving break…I hope). Everyone currently in life laughs and yells save the bees.  We were a bee this year for Halloween and Lucy even came up with a great slogan “get with it honey”.  I try my best to use sarcasm and humor to educate and make people aware of the environmental crisis we are currently in. It works with the team, and while they all think it’s a joke, they’re learning at the same time. So hopefully you still don’t have to do this, but if you do, keep moving forward and SAVE THE MOTHERFUCKING BEES Love, Sami Lee

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